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looks to capitalize on president obama's foreign policy stumble. governor romney blasted the president in this "wall street journal" op-ed published today outlining romney's latest vision. and new saber rattling at the u.n. with new accusations that the u.s. is preparing for another war. here now is the chair of the house homeland security committee peter king and former secretary of state williamson. peter king, welcome back, i want -- peter, i want to switch gears, i don't mean to be rude or anything. but the revelations today by una vision, that we have found 300 more dead mexicans as a result of fast and furious gun traffic and that 16 kids peter congress were found dead at this party just across the border. i just find this incredible, i find this eric holder story justice department incredible and i want to know where you think president obama is, this has become a horror story, much more than anybody thought possible. >> it really has and for the longest time the administration was denying, thanks to darrell issa who got to the bottom of it with his committee. the fact is it tur
, that is, said mitt romney's policies would favor the rich and mitt romney doesn't care about people like them. president obama's driving that message, going after mitt romney's predictions that he'll be tough on china saying that if you look at romney's record at bain capital, all that talk is fake. >> when you hear this newfound outrage, when you see these ads, these running problems seem to get tough on china, it seems a lot like that fox saying we need more secure chicken coops. i mean, it's just not credible. >> and larry, you can hear the confidence in president obama's voice because not only in ohio is he ahead, but in all of the major swing states president obama's got a lead right now. mitt romney's got to find a way to turn that around, turn it around in the debates, and maybe the tax cut issue that you're talking about will be one tool in that arsenal. back to you, larry. >> many thanks to john harwood. now for some reason on the trail today, mitt romney said he's going to dial back on taxes. >> individual income taxes are the ones i want to reform, make them simpler, bring the
, a big day of foreign policy in new york today. >> i saw a bit of this. mit romney's idea that he want to leverage u.s. aid through private corporations to underdeveloped countries. but we already have the xm bank. a lot of people see that as more corporate welfare. was mitt romney giving us more corporate welfare? >> what he wants to have is a more sophisticated partnership. he doesn't want to be writing checks to the foreign governments. he wants a more sophisticated interplay. that was where he was going with this. but he cited the initiative as the model that he would like to pursue. he said what bill clinton has done is a model for how far rin policy can go. many thanks. >> let's get right to our guests. retired four star general. general mccaffery, can i get your take on something, iran saying they have a big missile test and is this bs or is it real? >> i think they are trying to project eemense military power. i do think they have the batteries to close down the gulf for any kind of confrontation. military force is not the option in the gulf. >> but you could surmise that they
they will improve the economy. lanny chan is policy director for the romney for president and joins us from campaign headquarters. good to have you. welcome back. >> good morning. >> i am sure you're familiar with the poll numbers and a lot of others who are looking for a reset from the romney camp. to what degree does that involve policy as we get closer to the debates? how is policy within the camp evolving? >> policy is a big part of this obviously and governor romney has been inkred apply specific regarding what he would do with the economy. he talked recently about the plan for a stronger middle class and how we can do things like get towards energy independence by 2020, how we can advance trade relationships that work for america and how we can cut the deficit and champion small business. i think you have seen a good amount of policy from our campaign and i expect over the coming weeks you will be hearing more. >> and people obviously will be looking for specifics. for instance, i know i am not going to get you to talk about what specifically or how the romney administration would make up for
candidate mitt romney meet in the first presidential debate. this one focusing on domestic policy. on thursday, we'll get the minutes of the last meeting of the federal reserve open market committee. this one's the meeting when the fed governors approved another round of quantitative easing. and on friday, the always anticipated monthly jobs report will be released. we will find out if there's any change to the 8.1% unemployment rate for america. >>> finally, are you ready to hand over the wheel at google headquarters this week, california governor jerry brown signed a law legalizing driverless cars. the search giant has been developing self-driving cars for several years. they use cameras and radar to detect other vehicles. and have reportedly logged more than 300,000 road miles without an incident. implementing this idea is right on schedule. >>> you know, it was just at the 1939 worlds fair when general motors predicted a highway system full of electric cars controlled by remote radio as part of the company's futurerama exhibit and predicted those cars would be on the road in 1
treasurers or bank treasurers. >> but which uncertainty, chris? >> well, tax rates, the fiscal policy, what's going to happen with the fed. >> you heard romney say he was basically go to either slightly increase taxes for the wealthy or leave the same at the expense of the middle class to keep the middle class tax rates down. i'm not sure anybody is expecting a huge break from a romney victory if you hold him at his word. >> steve, they can't do a deal with with the republicans in the house. that's the problem. i think we go over the cliff myself. >> well, we're going. >> all fiscal policy has to go through congress. that's a tough roadblock right now. gentlemen, thank you all. >> thanks so much, guys. we have a market that is at the lows right now. down about 70 points on the dow jones industrial average. we have 20 minutes before the closing bell sounds. >> you saw it earlier, barry diller slamming social media stocks. does he have it right? >>> and here's a good one. more young people are cutting up credit cards and putting their money into savings accounts. big change. that's good news
in the world, a lot of talk with the u.n. and issues of foreign policy, overwhelming margins americans think our standing in the world is worse than it was four years ago. flip on over, who is better? obama, 44-32, again, romney's support never goes above about 38% but that neither remains around 10, 11 or 12%. i want to show you the three categories where americans say things are not worse, stocks, 34% say things are better than they were four years ago, that's really interesting. i'll get more into this at 10:00. the s&p over the past four years is up 80% but only 34% of americans say their stocks are better. wages are even, 28% say better, 28% say worse, 42% say the same and this one, i thought this was interesting, personal health care access, you can say this is a success for obama or you can say it's a huge failure in the sense that we've had this major overhaul and only 3% say that their personal access to health care is better and 55% say it is about the same. guys, coming up at 8:00 a.m. on our political results we'll che delve into the issue of why romney may have lost the lead on
, then you can take a race with a republican who is trailing about the same amount that romney's trailing now and they reverse that and bush left the debates with a lead. that's the model. >> foreign policy still a wild card, too. and even some polls on the economy, romney seems for be doing better on those. two points on the gwu poll today, right? and we'll get rasmussen -- >> i didn't see gw. i saw a "washington post" abc poll showed two points among likely voters nationally. >> in was two on gwu, too. politico was two points. rasmussen and gallup at 5 and rasmussen at 2. >> polls it show obama up 11 in swing states. that sounds high to me. but in any case, obama's ahead, romney has to change something. he has a chance to do it. >> all right, john harwood, thank you. >> today is the start of the fourth quarter. and joining us is teach stanley, chief economist for peerpont securities. the lead story is how trade is slowing around the world. all of europe's problems getting exported to the rest of the world. what do you think this means just in terms of the fourth quarter and maybe a look int
influenced by what they hear, you know, coming out of the romney campaign and elsewhere in the media. it's not what they're doing. >> well, wait a minute. they're saying that the expense of new regulation and new policies have, in fact, hurt their businesses. >> well, i'm sure they're saying that. you know, if you look at the evidence for it, they're hiring people, they're increasing investment. when you look at the cost of new regulation, it's not very much. they point to the numbers of pages. there's no correlation between the numbers of pages and the cost of regulation. i trust they know that. >> j.d., what about that? is there a disconnect here we're seeing between the results and the reality? >> the disconnect is between washington and reality. what dean is talking about, saying people who are actually going to do the hiring and do the investing, their attitudes don't matter. doesn't matter what they say to surveys. they're actually all getting together and having this political statement that they're worried about the economy. no, they are worried about the economy. they're worried
outsourced his foreign policy to hillary clinton? and what about the incredible cover up of the libyan terrorist attack. this could be benghazi gate on the eve of the election. also this evening, mitt romney should draw a red line for middle income taxpayers and say you will not lose your deductions and you will get yours lower tax rates. he has to have a chris cal clear growth message in next week's debate. it could be his last chance. plus the nfl made a deal overnight and the real refs will be on the field this evening. this is a huge story where there were billions of dollars at stake. we have an exclusive new england patriots owner robert kraft joins me this evening. he is the first owner to speak out. all right. following monday's outburst by mahmoud ahmadinejad, it was israeli benjamin netanyahu's turn today. danielle lee joins us with the details. >> good evening. today prime minister netanyahu used a cartoon-like graphic to drive home his fear that iran could have a nuclear bomb completed by this coming summer. he said the time for peaceful negotiations is running out. from a
to be talking about the op-ed written by mitt romney and a new course for the middle east and we have seen a lot of issues going on in foreign policy not the least of which is what happens september 11th, so depending on demographics if you watch the woman's talk show you had a certain glimpse of what happened and if you watch the sunday programs, you had a completely different glimpse, and of course if you listen to press conferences, you had a third iteration of what potentially happened. with the previous welcome can you tell me that foreign policy shoved its way to the shop of the list of the platform for the election and tell me the insights as to mitt romney in the pc road today in the journal. >> well, first of all, i think it is going to be a big issue in the campaign. i still think this week is going to be dominated by the economy, but you're seeing foreign policy and national security percolate up the ladder as far as what issues are going to matter in november, and here is why. obviously we can talk about the economy and what a mess it has been and that barack obama hasn't fulfilled h
as what governor romney needs to be, needs to be who he is, not who i am. but i'm happy to campaign for him there and hopefully that some people who do like a little less aggressive foreign policy, who are fiscally conservative but want the government to be limited and really think that the debt's a problem, those have been the things that i have talked about. and i think that will attract some moderates and independents also to the ticket. >> when -- and i see it where what you just said, people are -- romney was interviewed by cnn, said about ohio, polls go up and polls go down, but when november 6th comes people are going to recognize we don't want a government that just keeps getting larger and larger and we want more, you know, business and the private sector to do better. and when he picked ryan, i thought, all right, it's a clear choice now, the country has a clear choice which way they want to go. but something got lost in the last -- you can just look at the polls where that didn't -- people are not looking at that at this point. they must be looking at something else becau
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